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Making Moves

compounding; auxiliary verb
To set about accomplishing something
 
The phrase "Making Moves" generally refers to the action of finding out what to do on a weekend night. The word can be used alot of different ways, but all of these include going out and doing something important, while allowing the subject to be pretty general about what specifically they're going to do.
Etymology : The phrase making moves combines two simple words. Making is the act of creating something. Moves involves an action of doing something. The combination of the two means that someone is creating something to do for themselves.
Source : "Yo you making moves tonight?" "Yeah, I got a couple things lined up," conversation between my friend and I (9-9-11)
Last modified: 1 December 2011


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